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in the u.s. she is firmly focused on getting into college. she loves math and english. and the law. >> i want to be a lawyer in the future. i want to help my poor people. >> reporter: andeisha is still devoted to making a good home for these kids, even while the security situation crumbles all around them. >> even for these guys, when they go to school, nobody shows all the time, maybe because a suicide bombing, a bomb blast on the street on their way to school, and get killed because it happened many, many, many times, unfortunately. >> reporter: farzana is 16 now. today she did something unheard of when we first met. she played soccer in downtown kabul. >> i'm very lucky that i play soccer in orphanage. so we know that the situation around us is not very good. so i feel very lucky. >> reporter: it's a small victory for one group of girls caught up in a much bigger battle. >>> and that is our broadcast for a monday night as we start a new week. thanks for being with us. look at what we can show you. the white house tonight is the pink house for breast cancer awareness month. i'm brian w
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